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How to Edit a Classic Conversation Scenario_Blog Header

A conversation scenario is an eLearning staple. Presenting a conversation between two characters—ideally ones that represent your learner demographic—allows you to explore two different perspectives and/or deliver some gentle coaching. All of our new Template Styles feature conversation scenario templates. This makes it easy for you to use this classic technique in your eLearning development. But we didn’t stop at just creating a template. We also created this how-to video to give you a step-by-step look at editing these conversation scenario templates.

In the video below, we’re going to take a look at the structure of our Starter Conversational Scenario Storyline template, and how to make a few edits to the file.

This is a multi-slide template. On slide 1, we’ve included a 2-option scenario. The user is presented with scenario content at right of our characters and two options to select from.

When they press one of these options, a new layer opens: Content Feedback 1 or 2. To edit the content on any of these layers, simply select the appropriate text box and change as needed.

Colors and styles can be edited using any of the formatting tools in the Ribbon.

Buttons have a Normal, Hover, and Down state.

To edit the images either delete and add new, or right-click and select Change Picture.

Slide two presents a 3-option scenario. Functionality and editability is the same as the previous slide.

Slide 3 is a very straightforward conclusion slide. Edit the text box or elements on screen as desired using Storyline formatting options.

There are no direct linkages between slides in this file. If you’d like to remove or another of the scenarios, just delete what you don’t want, and you’re good to go.

Download the Starter Conversation Scenario template in any of our new Template Styles and get started!


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